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Muir Woods Anniversary

April 01, 2008 by John Hart

Though named for legendary conservationist John Muir, Muir Woods National Monument is really the legacy of William Kent, a wealthy landowner and politician. His gift to the nation 100 years ago of this redwood-lined valley in southwestern Marin, containing the last significant old-growth stands in the county, meant that millions of visitors from around the region and the world would get to witness these magnificent trees. The park's anniversary caps a remarkable century of conservation in the Bay Area.

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Coho Salmon in West Marin

January 01, 2007 by Rick Bacigalupi

Since their listing as endangered in 1997, wild coho salmon have begun a slow but steady comeback to their native ...

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Proposed Development of the Marina Shores Village Towers

October 01, 2004 by Christine Sculati

In Redwood City, near the mouth of Redwood Creek, developers received City Council approval to build 17 multiuse high-rises that ...

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